A new series of essays to support you with your homework at school. They are based on my experience working at schools in the UK. Part 1 covers the popular topic of describing your own family.
Becoming fluent in German is easy. You just have to know how. First of all, it is important to know that there are many sources you can find online but only few good ones. The Deutsche Welle website offers interactive...
Writing about you school is totally easy - with the help of this hub. Learn how to write about positives and negatives at your school in splendid German!
This article is for those learning and teaching German language - level A 1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference (Council of Europe). It includes a few teaching and learning tips!
This hub aims to help German language students understand the grammar behind commas in German, and where to use them, where to not use them, and where it might be considered "optional" to use them.
Are you a teacher or learner of German language looking for textbooks for beginners? Choose from this list of German coursebooks for beginners (A1 level in Europe - ACTFL Novice or ILR 0/0+ level in USA).
If you wonder how to get your kid to learn their German Vocabulary and get to grips with the grammar, look at my favourite choice of apps to learn German on the iPad, iPhone and other devices!
This will look at the German language and the pronunciation of the consonants to assist those who are attempting to learn how to speak the German language. It will help to relate English sounds to the German letters to...
In part 8 of my free German essays we look at how to describe a healthy lifestyle in a German, which is also part of the National Curriculum for schools.
Having trouble with learning German? You are not alone. How to get started with learning a foreign language. Some important questions before you start your journey. How to speed up your German learning, step by step.
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